Book Meetings Online: Quick & Easy Meeting Scheduler

Book Meetings Online: Quick & Easy Meeting Scheduler

Connect your Office365 or Google Calendar with CampusGroups

Meetings happen every day. Perhaps you're a student who needs to book a meeting with an advisor, or you're a faculty or staff member with office hours who needs students to reserve a time to meet with you. We all set up meetings with our colleagues, students, club officers and even people outside of our department, campus or company (such as prospective students and alumni). Booking meetings is a critical and frequent task, but coordinating the best time to meet can take a lot of time and add unnecessary stress to your day. 

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Travel with a Purpose: Alternative Spring Break Programs for College Students

Travel with a Purpose: Alternative Spring Break Programs for College Students

Make your spring break one to remember!

Spring break is just around the corner. Have you thought about what you will do with your time off from school? If you enjoy helping others, traveling to new places, and learning new skills, a volunteering trip may be a wonderful option! Whether you are passionate about community service, enjoy learning about a particular social issue or are looking for a leadership or résumé-building opportunity, an alternative spring break trip can offer you an incredibly rewarding way to spend your week.

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Leadership Spotlight: Juan Salem, Yale School of Management

Leadership Spotlight: Juan Salem, Yale School of Management

Juan Salem is the co-chair of two groups at the Yale School of Management. The first is the Technology Club, an organization jointly led by 17 MBAs aimed at helping students obtain internships and jobs in the tech sector. The group typically sees about 90 students at each meeting, with events focused on skill-based training and guest speaker workshops. "This is a tactical need that a lot of students have," says Juan. "What job should I apply to? What should I be doing to prepare? We do a lot of work around recruiting and career development."

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Leadership Spotlight: Nolan Chao, UC Berkeley Haas School of Business

Leadership Spotlight: Nolan Chao, UC Berkeley Haas School of Business

Student groups large and small face a similar set of challenges: recruiting new members, keeping current members engaged, planning successful events, and more. But depending on a group's size, the strategies used to solve those problems can vary dramatically, as can the leadership structures and resources available to help get things done.

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5 Email Tracking Tools You Should Be Using

5 Email Tracking Tools You Should Be Using

Are your members reading your emails?

Group email is one of your most important tools as a club officer. Sending regular emails and newsletters helps keep your members connected, engaged and up to date with exciting events and opportunities your organization offers.

Accordingly, it's crucial to keep track of who is (and isn't) opening your emails and what your members are clicking (and not clicking), so that you may follow up with just the right people.

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When Attendance is Critical: How to Prevent Cancellations & Promote RSVP Responsibility

When Attendance is Critical: How to Prevent Cancellations & Promote RSVP Responsibility

For some of your events, cancellations are not an option. You have invested a lot into your event. Your team has organized the venue, facilities, AV needs, supplies, food, drinks, scheduling, invitations, flyers and other promotional materials. You've locked down a VIP speaker, great event sponsors and wonderful giveaways.

And, naturally, you have asked that students RSVP responsibly with the firm intention to attend.

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Leadership Spotlight: Yessenia Gonzalez, USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work

Leadership Spotlight: Yessenia Gonzalez, USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work

Our new Leadership Spotlight series features the most successful student group leaders from universities around the country. Get to know their outstanding organizations and see how CampusGroups (powered by Groupment) is helping them make an impact on campus and beyond.

How do you make thousands of graduate students feel like a unified organization? What if those students are spread out across different countries around the world? How do you keep everyone engaged and involved in the group's collective mission?

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Leadership Spotlight: Jesse Delan, Northwestern Kellogg School of Management

Leadership Spotlight: Jesse Delan, Northwestern Kellogg School of Management

Every organization has a guiding mission or purpose that motivates members to participate. For most campus-based groups, the overarching goal is to help students foster skills and relationships that aid in their professional development, whether that means practicing public speaking skills or networking around the world.

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Sell Items Online: Create a Store for your Group!

Sell Items Online: Create a Store for your Group!

Groupment Store Feature now allows you to sell items online. Students can open the store, make a selection and then pay with their credit card, PayPal account, or school account.

This is a great way for campus leaders to sell products for their organization such as t-shirts or hats that students will be able to pick up before an event.

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Campus Fun: 10 Great Activities Colleges are Providing for Their Students to Destress During Finals Week!

Campus Fun: 10 Great Activities Colleges are Providing for Their Students to Destress During Finals Week!

Stress Less for Success

We've all been there. Finals week is by far the most stressful time on campus. And no one has a better eye for recognizing and responding to students in distress than the folks in Student Affairs. Fortunately, many creative SA professionals have come up with fun and clever ideas to help their harried students to destress and release some tension through rewarding and engaging activities.

Staying cool, calm and collected during finals is crucial in order to your best. Check out some of our favorite stress-relieving ideas we're seeing on college campuses during Finals Week!

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Calendar Module on Groupment: 10 Key Benefits for Your Campus Community

Calendar Module on Groupment: 10 Key Benefits for Your Campus Community

Quickly access all upcoming events

Centralizing all events, meetings and programs into one platform helps your school to create and maximize opportunities for student involvement, manage groups’ activities and keep track of useful attendance data. All events are posted onto the routinely viewed campus-wide calendar, allowing for efficient planning and activity discovery.

TOP BENEFITS OF CALENDAR MODULE

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Leadership Spotlight: Jonathan Koo, NYU Stern School of Business

Leadership Spotlight: Jonathan Koo, NYU Stern School of Business

Our new Leadership Spotlight series features the most successful student group leaders from universities around the country. Get to know their outstanding organizations and see how CampusGroups (powered by Groupment) is helping them make an impact on campus and beyond.

As a second-year Marketing Specialization student at NYU Stern, Jonathan Koo stays busy with a wide range of class assignments and professional pursuits. But as a group leader on campus, he's focused on mastering one skill in particular: public speaking.

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12 Fun Fall Activities for College Students

12 Fun Fall Activities for College Students

Happy Fall! 🍂☕🎃🦃

It's one of our favorite times of the year. The leaves are transitioning into beautiful fall colors, folks are feeling festive, and the fresh cool air is perfect for getting outside with friends and exploring both on and off campus.

Make sure to take advantage of this beautiful and vibrant season's fun and enriching activities for college students!  Here are 12 of our favorites ideas for campus events that are ideal for fall:

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7 Benefits of Co-hosting Your Event with Other Groups

7 Benefits of Co-hosting Your Event with Other Groups

When Groups Co-host an Event, Everyone Wins

Co-hosting events is a great way to introduce more potential members to student clubs, boost event attendance, share resources and save money. Collaboration between clubs means more allowances and organizational help and increased student engagement as students work together to create the best event possible.

On Groupment for Education, several groups can be responsible for the same event. Student leaders are able to efficiently join forces to work together on an event, maximizing their collective efforts. Now, all the groups, even the co-hosting group(s), can edit the event with shared equal access!

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Join the Club: How Groups Transform Your Campus Experience

Join the Club: How Groups Transform Your Campus Experience

Tailor your campus experience.

Get involved:  Clubs and organizations on campus provide invaluable opportunities for learning, networking and developing business skills. These groups open doors for future business partnerships, leadership and professional development. Initiating and participating in events allows students to experience a more robust academic and social experience that will follow them into their post-academic careers.

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